We do our legal researches in an environment conducive to empowering leaders. Each researcher has the freedom to develop their theses. Academic advisors do not interfere with the ideology of the students, focusing on the group’s methodological and communicative refinement.
Leadership comes in favorable contexts. Advisors, therefore, take care of the freedom and solidarity of the group so that those involved improve self-esteem and the ability to solve complex problems freely. We reward solidarity and restrain disruptive behaviors to facilitate each one’s human development.
In 2015, the DDP researched Criminal Asset Recovery and International Legal Cooperation, receiving the Best Work Award of the XII Scientific Initiation of Veiga de Almeida University.
In 2016, the Group began research on public policies to combat international trafficking in women, in partnership with the Brazilian Association of Constitutional Law and the State University of Rio de Janeiro.
“In the group, I learned to respect even more the divergence of opinions. I learned what it is to challenge another’s opinion elegantly and to filter for the common good. “(Laryssa Menezes, a law student, 18 years old)
Minority Rights, Communication and Cultural Studies
Constitution, Deconstruction and Public Policies